New Web Video Gives Behind-the-Scenes Look at Elwha River Restoration and Holiday Gift shopping. Olympic National Park released their fifth webisode in the ‘Restoring the Elwha Rive’ series produced by Wings Over Watersheds.
Wonders Unveiled takes viewers on a journey behind-the-scenes with scientists, project managers, and key figures in Elwha River Restoration as they explore and study the rapidly evolving landscapes and habitats unveiled as the reservoirs drain, the river returns, and dam removal continues.
The entire webisode series can be viewed on the Olympic National Park website. For more information about this ground-breaking project, including links to project webcams and the Dam Removal Blog, people may visit the Olympic National Park website.
If you are looking for Holiday gifts – check the Olympic National Park Visitor Center bookstore. They are holding their annual sale Dec. 13-24, with a wide variety of options from unique gifts from the Pacific Northwest to fun stocking stuffers. Customers may receive a 15 – 30% percent discount during the sale, depending on membership eligibility. Sale items and park passes will be offered at the Olympic National Park Visitor Center, located at 3002 Mount Angeles Road in Port Angeles. The visitor center is open from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. daily.
Discover Your Northwest promotes the discovery of Northwest public lands, enriches the experience of visitors, and builds community stewardship of these special places today and for generations to come. Towards this goal, Discover Your Northwest operates on-site educational bookstores that provide visitors with high-quality books, toys, DVDs, and other items that help them appreciate the natural and historical significance of the area.
December 10, 2013/Olympic National Park News Release Olympic National Park, Hurrican Ridge Tue Dec 10 2013 PST TIME 1:51 Elevation: 5,242 Temp: 32 F